How Sprint’s next CEO can right the ship; 22 top iPhone tips

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How Sprint’s next CEO can right the ship, 10/10/07: Although Gary Forsee has stepped down from his posts as Sprint’s CEO, president and chairman, questions remain about what his successor must do to turn the company around.

22 top iPhone tips, 10/09/07: You can do a lot with the iPhone -- surf the Web, send e-mail, listen to music, and (yes) make phone calls -- with just a touch of a virtual button. But dig a little deeper, and you can do even more. Now that we've had some time to live with the iPhone, we've found a few tricks that help us get the most out of it.

Top 12 Google GPhonies, 10/10/07:vGoogle is putting the final touches on a mobile-phone project, but unlike Apple's iPhone the so-called GPhone is all about software for mobile carriers and mobile advertisers. But everyone is asking, what will a GPhone look like? The Internet is already abuzz with 'Photoshopped' speculation. Here's a look at our favorites so far, and why or why not these would work.

Cell phones, text messaging and the 10 rudest office behaviors, 10/10/07: Using cell phones or text messaging in mid-conversation or during an appointment or meeting cracked the Terrible 10 Rude Behaviors List issued by Johns Hopkins University.

AT&T buys high-speed wireless spectrum, 10/09/07: AT&T has agreed to buy 12MHz of high-speed wireless spectrum from Aloha Partners for $2.5 billion, the company announced Tuesday.

Motorola drags Symbol's Wi-Fi back to battle, 10/09/07: Motorola has refreshed the software for its wireless LAN switches in a bid to recapture ground it has lost to competitors, but should upgrade its architecture, say analysts.

iPhone firmware update, v1.1.1: Microsoft Subnet blogger and Microsoft fan John Obeto writes: "You go ahead and install some sorta important, and maybe critical apps on your iPhones. Very soon, Apple decides to send out a firmware/software upgrade for your phone. You push the upgrade to your company’s mobiles, and discover that the upgrade bricked them. Excuse me?"

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